Director – Business Advisory Services
Jessica has been working at Accru Melbourne for over 10 years with a vast knowledge of the Advisory industry, a range of different businesses, staff and her trusted clients. Her dedication and drive for success makes Jessica stand out in her role as our Director. Jessica’s guidance and training has helped many of our staff develop a strong, in-depth relationship with their business clients.
Working predominantly with small and medium sized businesses, self-fund retirees and high net worth individuals, Jessica’s aim is to translate complex transactions into everyday practical solutions for her clients. As a Business Advisory Specialist, she built our new service offering being Advisory with her key strengths in problem solving, client relationships and providing expert financial and business advice. Jessica studied her Bachelor of Accounting and Finance at Swinburne University, is a registered Chartered Accountant and is also a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.
Best describes Jessica: “Takes initiative and doesn’t shy away from the harder problems!”
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200
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